While there are several variables in the movement and distribution of potable water, perhaps the most important one is ensuring that the supplied water is safe for drinking. An important variable in providing reliable drinking water is by preventing the cross-connection between water and non-potable substances.
Air gap break tank systems are used to keep potable water safe by utilizing the concept of a physical air gap. Air gaps are used at treatment plants, lift stations, laboratories, and anywhere else the potential for a cross-connection exists. Metropolitan's air gap break tank systems are used to keep potable water supplies safe.
Metropolitan's air gap break tanks are integrated utilizing the latest technological and intuitive control capabilities. Our cloud-based SCADA platform, MetroCloud, provides mission-critical functionality to pump systems. MetroCloud provides fully integrated SCADA features with the latest security updates to ensure secure communication between the master system and remote stations.
Our team of in-house engineers, designers, and application specialists can custom develop an air gap break tank system specific to your application. These systems come complete with tanks, pumps, motors, piping, valves, and controls– all factory assembled and tested before arriving at the job site.
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